Tex-Mex-inspired Chuy’s has grown mostly in the Southeast, with expansion ramping up since the company went public in 2012.
Chuy’s Holdings Inc., owner of the 51-unit Chuy’s Tex-Mex-inspired casual-dining chain, moved from private equity ownership to the public stock market in 2012, just as it was in the midst of a major growth spurt. Growth timeline • Chuy's expansion path The Austin, Texas-based operator had grown from its first unit in 1982 to eight restaurants when it was acquired by New York-based private equity firm Goode Partners LLC in November 2006. By the time ...
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